The New Industrial Revolution Digital Disruption

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  • Demand for taller buildings to minimise footprint while maximising the full cube of the building

    ROBOTICS

    AUTONOMOUS VEHICLES

    3D PRINTING

    THE UBERISATION OF LOGISTICS

    Facilities will hold less stock and handle more rapid throughput

    WHAT'S CHANGING?

    The supply chain (r)evolution: riding the technological wave and adapting to absorb its impacts

    SUPPLY CHAIN IMPACT

    How transforming supply chains are driving new opportunities for European logistics property

    PROPERTY IMPLICATIONS

    DIGITAL DISRUPTIONRELINKING THE SUPPLY CHAIN. RETHINKING PROPERTYGlobal supply chains are facing their biggest shake-up in centuries with the Fourth Industrial Revolutionpromising to disrupt more than manufacturing. No single technology is transformative, but their aggregation is transforming supply chains to consumer-centric demand chains.

    THE INTERNET OF THINGS (IOT)

    BIG DATA

    Risk ahead: 63% acknowledge they arenot effectively utilising data

    23% will increase space dedicated to e-fulfilment in the next 2-3 years

    About the survey:

    This study, the New Industrial Revolution, highlights the key changes that will shape future supply chains and drive occupier demand for logistics property over the next 5-10 years in Europe. By providing insight into how supply chains could be modified, we aim to help businesses plan their future physical distribution networks and spotlight how developers and investors can unlock value and enhance the performance of their logistics property assets. A better awareness of supply chain trends is critical to a better understanding of real estate opportunities whether you are a corporate occupier, a developer or an investor.

    Find out more www.jll.eu/thenewindustrialrevolution

    COPYRIGHT JONES LANG LASALLE IP, INC. 2016. All rights reserved. No part of this publication may be reproduced or transmitted in any form or by any means without prior written consent of Jones Lang LaSalle. It is based on material that we believe to be reliable. Whilst every effort has been made to ensure its accuracy, we cannot offer any warranty that it contains no factual errors. We would like to be told of any such errors in order to correct them.

    For more information, contact:

    Guy GueirardHead of EMEA Logistics & Industrialguy.gueirard@eu.jll.com

    Jon SleemanEMEA Logistics & Industrial Researchjon.sleeman@eu.jll.com

    Alexandra TornowEMEA Logistics & Industrial Researchalexandra.tornow@eu.jll.com

    Large e-commerce players who demand high service levels and low prices present a fundamental challenge to the way delivery is undertaken Jerome Charlez, Terragnita

    Retail landscapes are quickly transforming to become omni-channel, incorporating more same-day delivery and depending on innovative delivery options

    Improved forecasting of consumer demand and visibility

    Big data will facilitate a shift from production-led supply chain management to consumer-centric demand chain management

    The wider use of robotics will change warehouse operations by improving productivity and will lead to further technological innovations, e.g., autonomous vehicles

    COLLECT

    DEMAND

    DEMAND

    E-COMMERCE AND THE DIGITISATION OF RETAIL

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